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So, you’ve got a website. But it’s not going to do your business a lot of good if no one sees it. And it’s not likely to make it to the upper echelons of Google on a wish and a prayer. That’s where SEO (or Search Engine Optimisation, to give it its full name) comes in.

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Taking the first step with us is completely free – we’ll run a quick SEO audit of your site and share some of the highlights at no cost. No pressure to take any further action if you don’t want to, but at least you’ll know what you’re dealing with.


Why choose us as your SEO team?

In short, because we’re the ones actually doing the work.

Lots of companies offer SEO, but many of them will be outsourcing the work to so-called “low cost economies”. Now, that might work for some people. But we tried it, and it wasn’t for us. So we’re focussing on quality over quantity. We do all the work in-house, right here in Norfolk. We have a team of experts who work on different aspects of any SEO project to make sure you get the very best service.

We’re making SEO transparent, simple, and accessible for all of our clients.

When it comes to SEO performances, we don’t make any guarantees. But here are some case studies, showing the real world performance of some of our clients.

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We worked with a software company to increase their website traffic by 22% and double their number of first page keywords.

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A company in the fire safety industry went from 20 ranking keywords in total to 132, and from just 1 first page keyword to 20.

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We helped a construction company’s website secure a 12% increase in traffic.

Please note: Our ability to optimise your site may be limited by things like the platform your site is built on, hosting provider and access to a content management system. We will discuss this with you before embarking on any project.

We don’t ask for any minimum commitment, but it’s important to realise that SEO should be viewed as an ongoing process. It can take 3-6 months to begin to see strong results so you need to be prepared to stick with it.

What is SEO?

What’s the first thing most people will do when they’re looking for goods or services? Google it!

The aim of SEO is to improve the visibility of your website in Google and other search engines so that potential customers are more likely to find you than your competitors. The higher you rank on a search engine results page, the more likely you are to generate traffic to your website which, in turn, equates to more enquiries and orders. 

There are a whole list of what we call ranking factors. Over 200, in fact. They’re the things that help search engines decide how your site should rank for any given search. It’s complex, and ever-changing. But it basically boils down to these two things:

Relevancy: Is your website useful and easy to read? This is on-page SEO.

Authority: Is your website credible? How much do search engines trust is? This is off-page SEO.

SEO aims to improve both of these areas through a collection of best practices in web development, digital marketing, content creation, social media and PR.

Example Marketing are always professional, timescales are agreed upfront and always met, the quality of the design work carried out is exceptional – and somehow Emma always knows what I’m looking for, even if I can’t always articulate exactly what that is! I would highly recommend using Example Marketing for any of your marketing needs.

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